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Fell's Point Visitor Center
A Note From Fell's Point Visitor Center:
Fell's Point Visitor Center
Welcome to Historic Fell's Point!
Information for Fell's Point Visitor Center
The Preservation Society Historic District Programs
Historic Fell's Point 21231
1724 Thames Street ~ 410-675-6750
April - November Tuesday - Thursday 12-4pm; April - December Fridays 11-8pm;
April - December Saturdays 10-8pm & Sundays 11-5pm; Closed Mondays.
Winter Hours TBA - Please Call for Winter Hours.
Free Admission to the Immigration, Maritime & History Exhibit at the Fell's
Point Visitor Center - Donations Appreciated. Tours: Call or Visit for Tour Times, Rates,
Dates & Special Discounts. Cash and all major credit cards accepted.
Highlights ~ Tours ~ Events ~ Exhibits ~ And More!

Robert Long House - Baltimore's Oldest Surviving Urban Residence, circa 1765

Tours of Robert Long House - call for times, rates and reservations please.

Visitor Center is open with guided tours by urban rangers - call or stop in for information.

Preservation Society Lectures - go to www.preservationsociety.com

Historic Harbor House Tour of Fell's Point - Mother's Day

Immigration, Maritime & History Exhibit at the Fell's Point Visitor Center

Souvenirs, Gifts, Lectures, Museum and More!

Call 410-675-6750 for Tour Times, Rates, Dates and Special Discounts

Gifts & Souvenirs:
Collectible Ornaments, an Eclectic Mix of Books, Historic
Reproductions and much more!
Plenty of great dining choices all within walking distance - Kooper's Tavern,
Slainte Irish Pub, Woody's Rum Bar, Riptide by the Bay, The Point in Fells, Mare Nostrum
Getting Here:
Ride the free Charm City Circulator bus, green route to Fell's Point.
Fell's Point Visitor Center is a short walk through historic Fell's Point from the stop.
Walk the Baltimore Waterfront Promenade to Brown's Wharf in Fell's Point. From Brown's
Wharf, Fell's Point Visitor Center is a very short walk east along the historic waterfront
Belgian block constructed Thames Street.
Street Parking - Fell's Point Visitor Center is located on Thames Street near Ann
Street. There are limited free parking spaces and ample "pay-to-park" spaces. On the very
rare occasion that street parking can't be found in Fell's Point, you can pay to park in the
garage at 1530 Thames Street.
Fell's Point Visitor Center and Preservation Society images: interior of Visitor Center Museum, Robert Long House tour, quarter-scale model of historic Baltimore Clipper Ship in the Robert Long House Courtyard 812 South Ann Street, Model Ship and Large Ship's Wheel in Museum Baltimore MD

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